This study by the Texas Workforce Investment Council provides a demographic overview of veterans for both the U.S. and Texas. A demographic description of the U.S. veteran population is first presented to provide context for the analysis of Texas veterans. The Texas veteran population is then detailed with a focus on disabilities and the characteristics of veteran labor force participants. The veteran population is a valuable resource for Texas employers and the Texas economy.
This report from the Texas Workforce Investment Council examines the services available to help veterans and those who are transitioning from military life to civilian life find employment, complete postsecondary education, and obtain a relevant license or certification to compete in the job market.
A Norwich University academic resource that highlights common challenges in the transition from active duty military to civilian life, veteran programs for continued education and various government resources to assist veterans in finding jobs and re-introduction to the workforce.
The Skills for Transition Program (STP) is a new Skills initiative designed to work with military service members who are preparing to separate from service within 180 days, or who have been discharged within 180 days, and plan to remain in Texas.